Diane Lane and Josh Brolin will be special guests at Oceana's 2011 SeaChange Summer Party this weekend.

The “Must Attend” SeaChange Summer Party is an Orange County, California benefit for Oceana that gives donors an opportunity to help bring back the sea’s bounty for ourselves and our children.

It is a sophisticated and fun star-studded affair garnering extensive local and national press. Last year’s sold-out SeaChange event was a wonderful summer garden party held at a breathtaking exclusive Laguna Beach villa overlooking the Southern California Riviera.

2010 SeaChange attendees joined Keely and Pierce Brosnan and Jeff Bridges and other luminaries mingling under and with the stars while learning about the important work Oceana does throughout the world. Supporters from the entertainment industry that have mixed with guests at SeaChange events include Morgan Freeman, Ted Danson, Sam Waterston, Diane Lane, Mark Paul Gosselaar, Eric Balfour, Kristin Bauer, Calista Flockhart, Kate Walsh, Diane Keaton, Beau Bridges, Anne Heche, Jeff Goldblum, Penny Marshall, Aaron Peirsol, Lauren Hutton, Sam Trammell, and others.

The SeaChange Summer Party takes place on Saturday, October 1, at a spectacular private villa in Laguna Beach, California. Guests enjoy the beautiful gardens and expansive views of the Pacific Ocean on a magical summer evening.

Don’t miss being a part of the excitement this year. Help turn the tide for the oceans by donating and participating in the SeaChange Summer Party. Find out more here.

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